Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Elegant Hot LSE:EHG London Ordinary Share GB00BWXSNY91 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +3.03% 68.00p 67.00p 69.00p 68.00p 66.00p 66.00p 192,554 13:36:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 39.7 3.9 4.8 11.5 57.51

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Elegant Hot Daily Update: Elegant Hot is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EHG. The last closing price for Elegant Hot was 66p.
Elegant Hot has a 4 week average price of 67.50p and a 12 week average price of 70.33p.
The 1 year high share price is 119p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62.50p.
There are currently 84,571,428 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 322,957 shares. The market capitalisation of Elegant Hot is £57,508,571.04.
orinocor: There are some good, well-balanced posters on here but LBO is definitely not one of them. He just seems to trawl the internet looking for every negative article he can find. Then he says its only the dividend that is stopping the share price collapsing without mentioning the share price has already collapsed 40%.
lbo: Salchow I am sure you do want your share of profits but the debt is also due to start capital repayments in the new year and along with the fact that it's all floating rate and dollar denominated then it's interest costs will also be rising. Add in the falling eps and the rise in costs and cap ex going forward and we can all see why the dividend was paid sooner rather then later especially as it's probably the only thing supporting the share price at the moment.
lbo: They knew if they cut the dividend now the share price would plummet further so they held it. Not sure this was prudent with sterling continually falling and a hard Brexit now on the cards starting early next year and lasting up to 2 years. Also the IMF having to go into Barbados is not a positive for Barbados asset values.
stemis: Surely this has an element of a property company about it. On that basis the key ratios are tNAV per share = 177p (at current exchange rate) cp to share price of 75.5p. Net LTV of 21% so pretty low. Dividend yield of 9.3%. Dividend cost is $8.2m. It would take quite a fall in profits for this to become uncovered and I'm guessing that even then the company could cover it for a while from debt.
invisage: The share price here is certainly not elegant!
winsome147: One or two posters have no shares in EHG but have a real downer on them on here. Why not focus energy on companies that do interest you? Luckily Zika news became big before the quite season started in Caribbean. Hopefully once the busy winter season starts much of the current short term problems will have been mitigated. Would I buy EHG now? No. But I wouldn't sell either. I have quite a few commercial property funds and Reits that are performed solidly through the market turmoil and they have higher debts and lower and less covered dividends than EHG. I bought these with a view to holding for years. Will I look at these in 5 yrs time and be happy with the share price and reaped dividends? I think and hope so. The BBC Millionares Club programme focuses on Barbados next episode. Being a dominant player, one or two of EHG's hotels might feature.
jeff h: Featured by W.H.Ireland in this months WHI Spy:- UNIQUE ASSETS – ASSET BACKED AND IMPRESSIVE YIELD Elegant Hotels joined AIM last year after raising £63m at 100p a share and attracting a strong blue chip investor base with the likes of Fidelity, Schroders, Miton and Artemis. The group owns and operates five luxury hotels (Colony Club, Crystal Cove, Tamarind, The House and Turtle Beach) and Daphne’s, a beachfront restaurant – all are located in Barbados. All the properties are freehold (c20 acres in total) and comprise 483 rooms with four of the five sites situated on St James, the prestigious west coast of the island. Previously majority owned by private equity house Vision Capital (still a 24% shareholder) the group has invested $24m in refurbishment capex over the last five years (Source: Company) – all under the guidance of the current management team. Elegant also operates its own sales and marketing function in Florida which allows it to compete effectively with smaller rivals by focusing more heavily on yield/revenue management – as evidenced by the 5.7% increase in average daily rates in 2015 to $373. Last year all but one of its hotels (Turtle Beach suffered from refurbishment at a neighbouring hotel)enjoyed revenue growth. Barbados has enjoyed a period of political stability and is well established as a premium location with the UK, US and Canadian holiday markets accounting for 73% of visitors (Barbados Tourism Authority). It is also enjoying a strong period of growth in tourists to the island which has led to increasing numbers of flights being provided by the airlines. What we like Due to its size, Elegant benefits from economies of scale by better buying across the group, so as long as visitor numbers continue to be robust it should be able to drive organic growth. Management are also keen to expand their proposition by seeking out acquisitions of underperforming hotels in Barbados as well as in neighbouring Caribbean islands such as Antigua and St Lucia. Chairman Simon Sherwood says, “We are a strongly cash generative business with a good market position”. Elegant offers investors a unique opportunity with asset backing and an attractive 6.2% yield which is comfortably covered. Trading on less than 11x 2016 earnings the shares are attractive. Elegant Hotels (EHG) FTSE AIM – Share price: 113p | Market Cap: £101m | Estimates to Dec 2015(A) 2016(E) 2017(E) Revenue ($m) 60.1 62.9 64.7 PBT* ($m) 16.1 18.4 19.4 EPS* (p) 9.6 10.7 11.5 P/E (x) 11.8 10.6 9.8 DPS (p) 3.5 7.0 7.0 Yield (%) 6.2 6.2 6.2 *Adjusted/pre-exceptional IPO charge in 2015 Source: Company, Capital IQ estimates Analyst: Miles Nolan hTTp://
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